Totally Awesome, Super-Cool Book Giveaway

by Karen on December 4, 2012

Totally Awesome, Super-Cool Bible Stories is my book giveaway today.

As soon as this book arrived at the doorstep I had two kids trying to take a look and see what it was all about.  
The book may say for 6-10 year olds and it may look like it is for boys but my 11 year old daughter who  loves the Wimpy Kids series wanted to read this Nerdy Ned book first.  
My son who is seven and does not like reading as much as his sister was just as excited because it was a Bible story book and it looked like it was for him.  In fact he told his sister it wasn’t pink but blue and was about Ned not a girl.
Any way you look at it this book was awesome for my kids.  They read the stories on their own and we read them in homeschool.  It just gives us a different way to tell and talk about stories of the Bible.   Ned the main character draws and learns his way through the Bible.   This book actually has doodle pages which both of my kids loved. 
Nerdy Ned grabs kids between the ages of 6 and 10 and takes them on his learning adventure of the Bible by using his thoughts and sketches about the stories of the Bible.  It does use the Wimpy Kids style and that draws kids in to read this book.  It makes the Bible fun for kids! You can go take a look at the flip book and see what it is like right here
If you would like to win this book just in time for Christmas then answer this question in the comments……..
“Do you keep every piece of art/craft your child creates in Sunday School?”  or if your kids are older or you don’t have kids then answer “Are you a saver or throw away person?”
I can’t wait to hear your answers because I have tubs…plural….tubs!!!  Don’t ask my husband about it!!! I may be on the verge of being a hoarder of my kids work!
 If you want an extra entry then share a photo of your child’s artwork on my facebook page!  Make sure you leave a second comment telling me you did!
This giveaway will end Friday, December 7, 2012 at 12 midnight!
This book will be shipped to you from Tommy Nelson.  I received this book in exchange for my review as part of the Tommy Mommy review group.

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DeAnna December 4, 2012 at 7:37 AM

Looks like a neat book. I don’t keep everything but I do keep some things. I write on the back either their age or grade and the year. I found these really big zipper pouches (size of a poster) and I keep much of their things in there.

I saw somewhere where a Mom would put all the artwork on the fridge and take a picture. Then the child kept a scrapbook of the pictures.

Sadie December 4, 2012 at 7:48 AM

I am a throw away person. We keep a file for each child and recycle the rest.

Rana Schulmeister December 4, 2012 at 9:17 AM

I try to keep as much of my children’s Sunday School artwork (and schoolwork) as possible. Actually, I have a yearly portfolio for each of my children in which I’ll keep more of the memorable homework.

Crystal Davenport December 4, 2012 at 10:36 AM

I am a keeper and a thrower! LOL!! I keep the really good stuff they do…crafts that I think will last and I have a huge chest I keep them in. I am trying to separate them into school age categories…but I don’t know if that will ever get all the way done. And on some things, I have scanned them and uploaded them into photobooks that I create (on Shutterfly).

Stacie Gorkow @SincerelyStacie December 4, 2012 at 11:34 AM

With three kids I can’t possibly save all their art work, but I save those that are special, holiday related, or that show their age/abilities. In fact I have several framed in our home right now.

Jennifer Short December 4, 2012 at 4:14 PM

I’d love to win this for a friend’s child. He’s an MK and lives in Russia. I don’t have kids myself but if I did, I wouldn’t keep the artwork from Sunday School because I’m not a big fan of separating ages in church, so I doubt they would create artwork!

Ashley December 4, 2012 at 7:40 PM

I grew up with a mom who SAVED evertyhing… making me not want to keep it all. So we take pictures of the items- paintings, drawings ect and then toss them… Unless they are extra special. We sometimes use them as cards for relatives like grandparents. I saw a neat idea – after having a ton of pictures of the kids art work – make it into a coffee book. Pretty awesome idea we will have to start doing.

If I do not win this book, where can I buy it?

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